TULSA, Okla. - An arrest warrant was issued for a suspect in the stabbing of a woman outside a Tulsa Target last month.
Officials said the incident happened around 10:30 a.m. on November 26 near 17th and Yale.
Police are looking for Rachael Lorraine Sheppard on accusations of robbery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Police said the woman was loading bags into her car when the suspect tried to grab her purse and threatened to stab her.
The victim held onto the bag and the suspect stabbed her in the arm with a knife.
Police released the following photos of the suspected vehicle involved:
Target loss prevention officials sent surveillance footage to police for evidence.
A Target spokesperson shared this statement:
At Target, our guests are at the center of everything we do and our commitment to creating a safe and secure shopping environment in our stores is unwavering. As part of this commitment to safety, we have robust procedures, policies and trainings in place to ensure that our stores are safe places to shop and work. We've been in contact with law enforcement and provided security footage to help aid in their investigation. Since this is an active investigation, please contact law enforcement with further questions.
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